The new UP24 wristband is described as the only lifestyle tracker that pushes tailored, actionable information to you "at just the right moment."
The advanced wristband will note differences in the subtle motion of your body, and differentiate between similar exercises like bench press and push-ups.
The information comes on the heels of earlier rumors that speculated Apple will indeed enter the healthcare market later this year.
Fitbit became the new leader of the wearable band market following the launch of its affordable Flex and Force bands in May and October 2013 respectively.
The device will apparently include all the usual sensors to allow sleep tracking and health checkup functionalities.
Only 1.7% of Force users have reported the problem; if you're in the "affected group," you can contact Fitbit and get a full refund ($130).
The wristband has a 1.4-inch curved screen that provides users with snippets of information related to their exercise, as well as incoming call and text alerts.
Compared to the original Galaxy Gear, the new watches run Tizen platform (rather than Android), allowing them to work a little longer.
The device's filling with the FCC isn't too revealing, but chances are it will be similar to Sammy's earlier, though not that popular, S-Band.
This smartphone case can measure heart rate, temperature, blood pressure, electrocardiography (ECG), blood oxygenation, lung functions and more.